Emerging Technology

Digital Trust

November 1, 2022

Digital trust whitepaper
Digitalisation offers new approaches to trust. Competitors who do not see eye-to-eye can still transact efficiently because technologies such as privacy-enhancing technologies, distributed ledgers (also called shared ledgers), coupled with good governance in processes now enable these interactions even without parties knowing who they transact with.

Spotlight

Alameda County Registrar of Voters

The Registrar of Voters is responsible for registering voters and conducting Federal, State, County, special and local elections. The Registrar prepares the published notices of elections and lists of offices for which candidates are to be nominated. It is the Registrar's duty to accept and check the nominating petitions of candidates for office; prepare and print official and sample ballots in English, Chinese, Spanish, Tagalog and Vietnamese; mail sample ballots to over 700,000 registered voters; recruit over 5,000 election officers and over 700 polling places; and provide the roster and street index and other supplies for use by the election officers at the polls.

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Qlik’s Data Integration Platform for Federal Agencies

whitePaper | March 15, 2023

How Federal Agencies leverage data for decision making is changing. Historical transaction reporting and static batch data analyses are giving way to predictive data science, streaming analytics, machine learning (ML), and artificial intelligence (AI). Agencies are embracing these new paradigms for more informed, real-time decisions to impact business, operations, and agency performance.

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2020 federal agenda

whitePaper | March 9, 2020

Our federal funding and policy priorities for the coming year reflect our public mission and our commitment to the public good, which are inextricably linked to the University’s historical partnership with the U.S. government. The federal government’s longstanding pledge to invest in research empowers the UW to bridge the gap between curiosity and research-driven discovery and is critical to the health and economic competitiveness of our nation. From regenerative medicine to cleanenergy technologies, new knowledge for a better world is the driving force behind what we do. Support from the federal establishment is critical to ensuring that our positive impact continues.

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BLUEPRINT FOR AN AI BILL OF RIGHTS MAKING AUTOMATED SYSTEMS WORK FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE

whitePaper | October 4, 2022

The Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights: Making Automated Systems Work for the American People was published by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy in October 2022. This framework was released one year after OSTP announced the launch of a process to develop “a bill of rights for an AI-powered world.” Its release follows a year of public engagement to inform this initiative.

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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT WOMEN, PEACE, AND SECURITY CONGRESSIONAL REPORT

whitePaper | July 18, 2022

The world is more peaceful, safe, and prosperous when the human rights of women are respected and they can fully participate in economic, social, and political life. But we know the enduring challenges of fulfilling that promise. A defining competition between democracies and autocracies. The COVID-19 pandemic. The climate crisis. Mass migration and displacement. The denial of education and sexual violence against women and girls across the world. No matter what global crisis unfolds—women and girls are disproportionately impacted, and that makes the world less stable.

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Guide to Empowering a Mobile Workforce for State & Local Government

whitePaper | April 16, 2020

For government employees, work isn’t a place anymore. It’s something they do, wherever and whenever the need arises. To reach decisions, build relationships, manage finances, and drive strategic value—even with today’s tight resources—mobile workers need the freedom to move beyond agency walls without leaving behind the resources they need to be effective. They need to be able to do anything, anywhere, and on whatever device is most convenient—including their own personal devices—from laptops to the latest tablets and smartphones.

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Beyond the VPN: Zero Trust Access for a Federal Hybrid Work Environment

whitePaper | February 27, 2023

The virtual private network (VPN) has been a powerful tool in the network security administrator’s toolbox for decades, because it has provided a means for remote computers to communicate securely across an untrusted network such as the internet. Whether for branch offices communicating with headquarters (siteto-site), or an employee working from home (remote access), the VPN provided a secure point-to-point tunnel back to resources on protected networks.

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Spotlight

Alameda County Registrar of Voters

The Registrar of Voters is responsible for registering voters and conducting Federal, State, County, special and local elections. The Registrar prepares the published notices of elections and lists of offices for which candidates are to be nominated. It is the Registrar's duty to accept and check the nominating petitions of candidates for office; prepare and print official and sample ballots in English, Chinese, Spanish, Tagalog and Vietnamese; mail sample ballots to over 700,000 registered voters; recruit over 5,000 election officers and over 700 polling places; and provide the roster and street index and other supplies for use by the election officers at the polls.

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